WrestleMania continued to deliver for its host region and brought a significantly greater economic impact for New York and New Jersey than it did in 2013. WrestleMania 35 at MetLife Stadium on April 7 generated $165.4 million in economic impact for the surrounding area, according to a study conducted by the Enigma Research Corporation. That
One of New York City’s most hallowed concert venues is naming an award after late entertainment legend and civil rights activist Lena Horne. The Town Hall has announced the creation of The Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact to honor arts and activism. The recipient will receive
We invite you to take a look at this year’s winners.
A rediscovered David Hockney and a welded hippo are among some 2,000 works coming to auction. But only a handful are trophies.
Wow Bethenny Frankel, wow! This space is gorgeous.
Eight years after raising a $1.5 million proof-of-concept fund, Boldstart Ventures, a New York-based venture firm whose portfolio companies have been enjoying some serious momentum lately, just closed two new funds with $157 million in capital commitments. One fund is $112 million seed- and early-stage vehicle– the fourth of its kind. Boldstart also raised an [
The state court system plans to add four new categories — transgender, nonbinary, intersex and other — to the anonymous demographic survey that's distributed to all potential jurors who report for service, a spokesman said Tuesday.
NBC News’ Pete Williams and Tom Winter report on next steps after a federal appeals court ruled that Donald Trump’s tax returns must be turned over to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance.
National Action Network’s Reverend Al Sharpton, NBC News’ Heidi Przybyla, NYT Editorial Board member Mara Gay, and Bloomberg Opinion’s Tim O’Brien on Trump changing his primary residence from Trump Tower to Mar-a-Lago
The Cuomo administration has admitted there is a “structural imbalance” in its massive Medicaid budget, which means the Empire State’s biggest single government program is spending beyond its means. So, what does Gov. Andrew Cuomo plan to do about it? Some hint of the answer might be forthcoming in a midyear financial update — whenever,
You know things are bad when Mayor Bill de Blasio’s being more rational on an issue than Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But that’s the state of play on bracing for the impact of New York’s demented new rules on bail and pre-trial discovery. Come Jan. 1, suspects indicted for most crimes won’t face jail if they
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is trying to sell Americans on Medicare for All with the help of a new financing plan, should first have analyzed the dilemma in deep-blue New York, where a bill to replace private insurance with a single-payer system has stalled despite Democratic domination of all levels